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to school and know atver see them school anymore or any time. united states park police hope information will lead them driver wanted for a hit last year. olabanji has more on the h form's family searc answers. when is mommy coming home? >> for alisa, her younger sister's death is still too .ard 27-year-old ebony was killed year when a police station was trying to cross the .ntersection they say a car hit the young mother and the driver never stopped. if they did not know they know they hit something. stop and see what you hit, or was ok.erson vehicle was described as a 1996 to 1990 9 acura. >> someone probably came home their vehicle. maybe they collided. something.hit maybe they were not sure. maybe they took the vehicle to a repair shop. ofisa is now taking care children.'s by bitter not think of her. the ask anyone who knows forward soo come they can have closure. >> we hopyou can do the right g.in police aretates park to anyone withrd lead will help driver or the car this hit and run. they are asking anyone with that call.ation to give them a washington, jummy olabanji, abc 7 news.
in the united states. >> reporter: the hackers have not been able to steal any money in these attacks or disrupt financial markets, but authorities fear the next generation of wide scale cyber assaults could be far more devastating. >> and if they get inside the banks, they can move money around and cause financial chaos. >> so, pierre, the hackers are blanketing the banks with these attacks, but so far, everyone's money is safe. >> reporter: that's right, george. to be clear, no money has been stolen yet. but many people trying to bank online could not for a time get access to their accounts. you can see how that could make it difficult for a small business. so, that's why tonight, the government is working so hard to locate and block those ongoing attacks. >> okay, thank you. >>> the race for the white house now. your voice, your vote. and with 40 days to go, voters lined up in iowa, a big turnout for the start of early voting there. and it comes as the candidates are closing in on that first debate next wednesday. we got a previous of that faceoff today in the battleground of virginia. abc's
foreclosure. cooper has the story. >> it was billed as a protest united hundreds of foreclosed owners but fewer than two dozen were taken -- brought in from out of state. many say they never owned a home. a handful sat down on wisconsin police to shut down. >> my landlord did not pay the mortgage. house has been foreclosed on. fannie mae owns the home. >> many said they had no but were therems support the activist organization. this woman says she was upon and fannie mae have helped her. now she says she is an activist working part-time. >> i am slightly employed. >> who is sure slight employer? ts.basically the activis they wanteden said be arrested. some voiced support. p.m., thatre at 5:00 would be madness. people would be really angry. think it is all right. i am not in favor of that. of free speech and .emonstrating outside one womantesters -- organization grew out of what was formerly known as acorn. of them were also taken to york for similar demonstrations. >> despite the protests, there for homeowners. the average interest rate fell to a new record low. the rate on a 30 year
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